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Like your Kestrels, Gene. I was waiting for someone to chime in on the ID, but.. I'll take my shot. It's not a Red-tail. They have dark feathers on the leading edge of the under wing from the body to the "elbow." That is seen in all Red-tails except the dark phases. This bird looks like a juvenile Red-shouldered hawk, which has the under wing coverts changing to pale orange. Some expert can verify or correct me. Thanks for posting.
Thanks for viewing, and your attempt to verify the raptor ID, Rex! I had hoped to get more opinions on the identity. I will post an appeal for help on the ID.